The bathroom looked really dated, no insulation, and overall a terrible looking bathroom, old grotty shower cubicle with a moody power shower, hot water was from a tank with hardly any pressure and way not enough for a bath. So all was gutted and replaced with a brand spanking new everything! This post shows an extensive set of photographs as well as a couple of videos shot showing the various stages of the renovation with commentary explaining the stages of the work
Archive for Sanitary
One of the more challenging job, when all is but straight…
The tub cover was too small and not held in place at all. Just floating.
Cladding with vertical tongue and groove and there you are, nice, clean and beautiful cover, just needs painting…
Today a client in Stirling had a problem with a toilet cistern fill valve which was faulty, ordered one and fitted it, work as new with minimal cost and inconvenience.
A new Customer in Kellie Wynd Dunblane needed a Venetian blind fitted and two shower doors repaired, one was needing skimmed off at the bottom the other one needed its hinges screws re-secured as they were loose.
They also needed a couple of hanging (and bicycle) hooks fitted in their garage.
All done with no snags.
Another new customer in Dunblane needed a shower basin re-sealed with silicone (the old silicone had gone dark) and a kitchen ceiling light to be replaced with another nicer model.
A client in Stirling today, needed a shower basin re-sealed with silicone.
Not a problem for bib’ll fix it! 🙂
A new customer (word of mouth from another delighted client) needed a few things done:
- Three new doors coated in eggshell oil based paint (two coats)
- a shower basin needing re-sealed
- A wall mounted TV needing a shorter aerial cable (made to measure)
- A garden gate to be adjusted
All done to customer satisfaction!
Various things in a property in Bridge of Allan, spread over a few afternoons.
- Toilet fixtures, toilet roll holder, sink shelf and mirror, ceiling switch fitted/replaced
- Shoe shelves made of MDF painted
- Kick board in kitchen secured
- Switch replaced
- Latch fitted on outside gate
- Clothes pegs fitted in hallway
Sorry I haven’t been able to keep you up to date, it is getting busier and busier for me.
I am happy to work quite late in the night if necessary, my Moto is “It’s gotta be done, let’s do it now!” Flat packs, small electrical and plumbing as well as more advanced bathroom decoration is what I do a lot of these days.
If you’re moving into Dunblane call me to help organise your new house to how you want it to be, no questions except the best possible advice or work.
A client had a few snags, A kitchen unit skirting board to be replaced, a toilet flushing button needed fixed and the back garden gate latch had come off the wall, all fixed.